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#7216253 - 12/22/12 01:37 PM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: BillyGoatGruff]
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Originally Posted By: BillyGoatGruff


Yep. You get badazz stickers! grin





Yeah but you have to have a dodge to get em. Nobody wants a Dodge. grin
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#7216437 - 12/22/12 02:49 PM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: tzone]
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My Raptor has served me extremely well.




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#7216927 - 12/22/12 05:16 PM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: FOsteology]
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How come the FJ Cruiser wasn't in the mix?

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#7222471 - 12/24/12 08:53 AM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: FOsteology]
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FOsteology,
I always wondered what a Raptor would look like WITHOUT the silly simulated dirt decals. The real dirt is a big improvement.

I like the looks of your truck.


Edited by JMB Fan (12/24/12 08:54 AM)
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#7223083 - 12/24/12 11:45 AM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: John_G]
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I don't know. You might try going to their website, and seeing if they tested one and what they thought of it. E

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#7223121 - 12/24/12 11:56 AM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: Eremicus]
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I'm not a serious off-roader; I just use my 4X4 Tacoma off-road for fishing and hunting. The off-roaders I know, though, hold the FJ in pretty high esteem.

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#7226161 - 12/25/12 10:32 AM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: John_G]
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It is largely a matter of taste. I prefer to start with a Ford F-350 diesel and then you don't have to add anything to make it stout or look cool. It gets 24 mpg and hauls a ton of stuff. It has no donkey crap add-ons.
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#7226480 - 12/25/12 12:12 PM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: tzone]
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Originally Posted By: tzone
Originally Posted By: BillyGoatGruff


Yep. You get badazz stickers! grin





Yeah but you have to have a dodge to get em. Nobody wants a Dodge. grin


I never did either, till I wised up and Chevy dropped their trucks till they're practically low-riders. grin

Never been, or will be a Ford guy.

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#7242628 - 12/29/12 08:13 PM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: BillyGoatGruff]
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I like Dodge trucks....almost as much as I like making fun of em. grin

Yours is pretty bad ass, I'll give ya that.
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#7247626 - 12/31/12 04:59 AM Re: The best off road vehicles (packages) according to Fourwheeler [Re: tzone]
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I can't stand it when the auto magazines compare vehicles and rank them. They typically are comparing apples to oranges, and then rank them based on a feature that is used 1% of the time. Absolutely silly. I stopped reading the magazines in the 90s when they ranked the Ford Ranger higher than the Tacoma based on things like road noise and fuel mileage. Little consideration was given to offload capability or longevity.
Out of the group tested, I would take the Power Wagon over the others in a landslide based on overall usefulness, payload, towing, etc... If I'm just traveling off road I'll tow my Yamaha Rhino, or '52 Willys. YMMV.
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